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By | 21 June 2012

Or to give it the dignity of its full name  The Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal. The inaugural issue is now available – as a free pdf.

Details of the contents are below:

English Law and the Doctrine of Abuse of Rights
Mateusz Krauze

Life After Bankovic and Al-Skeini v UK: Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Under the European Convention on Human Rights
Natasha Holcroft-Emmess

Shifting the Scales of Social Justice in the Cohabitation Context: The Juridical Basis for the Varying of Interests in Residential Property
Matthew McGhee

The Jurisdictional Immunities Case: Between Immunity and Impunity
Jurisdictional Immunities of the State (Germany v Italy: Greece intervening)
Judgment of 3 February 2012, International Court of Justice
Elton Tan Xue Yang

Mexfield v Berrisford: A Word of Caution
Ketan Ahuja

Primus inter pares – Re-rationalising EU Legal Supremacy as Co-operative Dualism
Joshua Folkard

‘Reverse Closed Evidence’ Procedures, Deportation, and Justice
Huang Jiahui

You may not have heard about the contributors – yet anyway – as they are current Oxford students. But in due course, they may become as distinguished as the members of the Honorary Board!

The LawBod congratulates the founding Editorial Board on the enthusiasm and hard work behind the production of this issue –  and wishes a long and distinguished life to this title!

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